Sunday, May 24, 2015

From Georgia Straight
Vancouver public art gets
an international shout-out

Several of Vancouver's outdoor sculptures have made it into a feature at the Guardian on the best and worst public art from around the world. And don't worry—a few of our pieces are being tagged, in this readers' poll, as the best, along with showstopping pieces from Amsterdam to Prague. All of the local mentions originated with the Vancouver Biennale. Amid the ones named: Human Structures, by Jonathan Borofsky, with a reader noting the interlocking, multicoloured figures suggest "diversity and connectivity". It sits along the south False Creek bike path near Olympic Village. Read more: Vancouver public art gets an international shout-out | Georgia Straight Vancouver's News

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